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Zurab Tsereteli's Museum, Moscow
(3.9/5 based on 30 reviews on the web)
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  • For me the new opened Zurab Tsereteli Konstantinovich! Be sure to visit these places. We walked to the master classes with her granddaughter, where classes are held Z.k. Tsereteli! Such an atmosphere of kindness and creativity! And all for free! I would like to mention the staff, all good, polite, explain everything, tell ALL Health!! Thank you so much for everything!
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  • Really wanted to visit the Museum with my girlfriend. By virtue of employment, there came an hour before closing. Very slow and was glad that I still have time. On-the-go viewing ended up with girlfriend in the last largest conference room, where Apple and many other statues. Strictly followed over time to see everything and for 15 minutes before closing time we stay in this room completely without light! I really was left with huge statues in absolute darkness. Some how my friend found out. It turned out that this is a security guard who wanted us to hasten, decided to so ambiguous insinuate to the output. I'm not a sissy, but step up and ask for complete view (although there was still time and we'd 5 minutes would be enough) I consider more appropriate. We are terribly upset and all impression was spoiled
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  • Verily with Caucasian splendor represented different areas of fine art, and with a mind haphazard placement more reminiscent of courtyards of the Academy of fine arts in Tbilisi that Zurab Konstantinovich once finished.
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